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June 12, 2014

Salem High band to host dunk tank, car wash

SALEM — If you’ve been waiting for a chance to see police Chief Paul Tucker or high school Principal David Angeramo plunge into a tank of water, Saturday is your day.

The high school’s marching band is hosting an event that includes a dunk tank and a car wash at the school, 77 Willson St. Money raised during the event will be used toward new uniforms.

The car wash will cost $5, and the dunk tank $10. Participants in the latter will be able to throw until the person in the tank is dunked.

Angeramo’s dunk tank appearance is scheduled for 9 a.m., and Tucker’s at 9:30. The high school’s academic chair, Andrew Wulf, is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. Other people appearing in the tank will include band director Cynthia Napierkowski and music teacher Ben Chertok. Band members and their parents will also participate.

The event will go from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Neil H. Dempsey can be reached at or via Twitter at @NeilDempseySN.

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